Danger Light™ | Heavy Duty LED

Designed to illuminate the “danger zone” surrounding large mobile equipment

Overview

Avoid accidents and enhance safety by clearly defining the dangerous area around an equipment’s perimeter with the Danger Light™. The Danger Light provides a distinctive, narrow, red beam around equipment to promote safety and warn approaching personnel and auxiliary equipment.

The Danger Light is commonly installed on large mobile mining equipment like electric rope shovels, hydraulic excavators, and draglines. The fixture allows for more efficient and safe dual side loading since the impact areas are distinctively illuminated. The Danger Light is also used for general perimeter lighting and indication lighting. Other applications include illuminating dangerous areas around and beneath industrial cranes and port equipment.

The Danger Light is available in AC and DC voltage. The heavy duty fixture provides 3800 lumens of efficient, LED light and maintenance-free operation. The adjustable harp allows for aiming versatility with many equipment models. The components of the Danger Light follow the same standards of durability Phoenix is known for, including fully potted drivers, impact-resistant lenses and conformally coated circuit boards. The Danger Light is designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA and has a five-year limited warranty.

Specifications

Wattage

48W

53W (DC)

Lumen Output

Up to 3800 lumens

Power Source

120-277V, 50-60Hz (UNIV); 12-24V (DC)

Fully potted

Replaceable

Ambient Operating Temperature

-40°C to +50°C

Construction

Marine grade, extruded aluminum housing

Marine grade, die cast aluminum end plates

Mounting

Harp mount

Compliances

  • ETL/cETL Certified to:
    • UL 1598 Suitable for Wet Locations
    • UL 1598A Marine Outside Type (Saltwater)
    • CSA C22.2 No. 250.0

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